Located at the foot of the bridge near the bridge tenders cabin, Snug Harbor began in the 1950s as a small wooden structure with docks, which became a popular place to stop for ice, cold beer, and a sandwich. Soon it was a place to view the "catch of the day" from charter boats, as seen above with the "Madam Queen". Later, it became a place to return for a meal, as local shrimp was added to the "fresh catch" menu at the Snug Harbor Marina.
Today, Snug Harbor remains a popular restaurant offering fresh shrimp and fish caught by the owner's own boats. Although it suffered damage in the storm, the restaurant quickly made repairs and is now open offering a full menu.
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